(CBS DETROIT) – A popular restaurant in Detroit’s Midtown caught fire early Friday morning.

Several Detroit fire trucks were on the scene of the fire at around 6 a.m.

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It took hours to get it under control, according to Fox 2.

Officials say there were no injuries, but the restaurant was totally damaged.

Traffic Jam & Snug was established in 1965, becoming the first brew-pub in the state of Michigan.

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The restaurant is known for its made-from-scratch dishes, in-house bakery, and micro-brewery.

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